What to Know
- Tuesday marked the third morning in a row with lows in the mid-60s for both Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
If you’ve enjoyed the cooler weather over the last three days in South Florida – well, you’re going to be disappointed as the temperatures and humidity will crank back up soon.
Tuesday marked the third morning in a row with lows in the mid-60s for both Fort Lauderdale and Miami. You have to go all the way back to the middle of April to find a longer stretch of morning 60s. High temperatures will top off in the mid-80s, which is average for this time of the year.
For those trick or treaters, Halloween will be in the mid-80s once again but overnight temps will be a little warmer. You’ll notice a touch more humidity as well but it’ll be rain-free for the ghouls and goblins out there.
Humidity and temperatures will rise even further by the end of the week, with the mercury pushing the upper-80s by Friday.
A brand new front will push through South Florida this weekend and bring us our best chance of rain as highs will only cool back to the mid-80s while lows will remain in the 70s.